Micheal says, “I haven’t gone through the whole thing, but a quick spot check on various topics suggests that (at least in that random sample) the text is clear, well-written and does a good job explaining those concepts.”
This interactivity between teacher and students strikes me as a great development. The past decade or so has seen the rise of student assessments, with the aim that the feedback better shapes the teaching. Getting those same students to collaborate on course materials ought to have the same effect but to a much finer degree, thanks to the ongoing conversation.
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